InputfieldTinyMCE by Ryan Cramer

TinyMCE WYSIWYG rich text editor for ProcessWire 2.4.9+ only.

TinyMCE rich text editor for ProcessWire

This module was previously in the ProcessWire core, but has been removed as of ProcessWire 2.4.9.

If you are running a version of ProcessWire before 2.4.9, this module will be of no use to you, since it is already present in the core.

This module will continue to be maintained and updated as needed as a 3rd party module. If you require TinyMCE in your ProcessWire installation or have spent time configuring it for your site and would rather not change to CKEditor, you should install this.

Installation


To install, place in /site/modules/InputfieldTinyMCE/. If your site is already using TinyMCE and you just upgraded to a version of PW that no longer has it, you shouldn't need to do anything other than go to Admin > Modules > Check for new modules. PW should automatically pick up on the new location and start using it immediately with your existing fields already configured for TinyMCE

Install and use modules at your own risk. Always have a site and database backup before installing new modules.

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